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    I hven't been able to access web pages all morning. Can you tell me when I
    am going to be back on line?


    David Guest

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    Default Re: johntnet.com.au

    You haven't got a proxy set have you David? If you have, maybe the proxy is
    down?
    Doug

    "David in Perth" <com.au> wrote in message
    news:3f64f66b$0$95042$news.telstra.net... 


    Snaps! Guest

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    "David in Perth" <com.au> wrote: 

    The curse of LookOut Express strikes again ...

    Out of interest ... can you get here? http://198.64.152.161 ?

    If yes try using an alternate DNS server until your ISP gets there's up.

    KC


    Ken Guest

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    Default Re: johntnet.com.au

    Na, the link went down. Obviously that message was meant to go to my ISP.

    I pressed the wrong button (duh)



    "Snaps!" <com.au> wrote in message
    news:nq79b.102519$bigpond.net.au... 
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    David Guest

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    wh00ps! can you guys spell "mountain of spam about to descend upon poor
    unwitting john"...?

    "David in Perth" <com.au> wrote in message
    news:3f64f66b$0$95042$news.telstra.net... 


    Warren Guest

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    Default Re: johntnet.com.au

    Message rules are your friend
    Blocked senders are also a useful tool
    My experience is that most spam has definable words in the 'subject'. Even
    outlook express will filter them.
    Doug
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    "Warren Prasek" <newsgroupspam at deletethisbit dot wprasek dotcom> wrote in
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    Snaps! Guest

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    Well he is my service provider, maybe this is an incentive to install spam
    blockers at server level!! *L*




    "Warren Prasek" <newsgroupspam at deletethisbit dot wprasek dotcom> wrote in
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    David Guest

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    Good thinking David!

    Doug

    "David in Perth" <com.au> wrote in message
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    Snaps! Guest

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    "Snaps!" <com.au> wrote in message
    news:RFq9b.104237$bigpond.net.au... 

    what definable words? The issue about spam lately is that they
    deliberately use headers that do NOT identify what is in the message ..
    because they are half witted complete idiots they seem to think that
    changing the header is going to entice us to download & read their spam ..

    WRONG :o)

    Yay for mailwasher.....


    VH-CBR Guest

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    I havent got a definative list, mind you but I looked at all the spam and
    figured that they all had similar words in them that few people who write to
    me ever use. 'you' or 'your' or 'prescription' or 'warranty' or 'service'
    or 'have' or 'know' or 'fresh' or 'never' or 'please' or 'private'
    I just put them in my mail rules and watched what happened. So far (4 days)
    I've had 38 messages in the deleted items folder and not one of them is
    legitimate. I just wish I could do it at the server and save the bandwidth.

    Doug
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    "VH-CBR" <com> wrote in message
    news:comindico.com.au... [/ref]
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    > what definable words? The issue about spam lately is that they
    > deliberately use headers that do NOT identify what is in the message ..
    > because they are half witted complete idiots they seem to think that
    > changing the header is going to entice us to download & read their spam ..
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    > Yay for mailwasher.....
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    Snaps! Guest

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    I remember back to the days when a wan*er posted my email address on here on
    purpose in the subject header (my domain email address so I can't just
    change isp and all is good) and since then I have received ever increasing
    quantities of spam. Approx 300 a day and rising!!!

    Cameron

    "Snaps!" <com.au> wrote in message
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    Cameron Guest

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    Cameron,
    look at my return address. It's works. It became apparent to me that any
    address with NOSPAM or no.spam in it would be ignored or discarded by the
    harvesting programs. If you use your own domain and have all mail forwarded
    to an ISP address... Well figure it out. I use mydomain .com to delegate all
    my domains. I can black hole the obvious spam and divert others. There are
    quite a few people here who use a real address. Surely they must have some
    similar spam management in place? What say you Brendan?
    Doug

    "Cameron" <camlaird"NOSPAM"hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:5sB9b.105585$bigpond.net.au... 
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    Snaps! Guest

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    Snaps! wrote:
     


    Mail Washer controls my spam and is deleted off the server.

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    Wiz Guest

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    Default OT: Re: johntnet.com.au

    I use Matador which is very good but my big problem is checking email while
    on a job or similar with my iPaq. Impossible!
    With a 9600 dialup on my mobile downloading a few hundred spam headers to
    find the 5 or so true emails is ridiculous.
    Maybe Bigpond might start server based spam filtering soon... I hope...

    Cameron

    "Snaps!" <com.au> wrote in message
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    Cameron Guest

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    "Snaps!" <com.au> wrote: 


    Mailwasher does exactly this - checks the header info of your emails waiting on
    the server for you & then deletes from the server or starts your mail client to
    download them for you, after filtering the headers through your filters.

    It can also bounce any spam messages as well, if appropriate.

    j Guest

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    Cameron wrote: 

    Have a look at www.knowspam.net. I have been using it for a couple
    of months and I am delighted with it.

    Peter Marquis-Kyle
    www.marquis-kyle.com.au




    Peter Guest

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